Come With Me To The Mass Grave Of 3,000 Victims

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Rae Goldfarb, 91, poses in an undated photo. (Newsflash)

A 91-year-old Nazi death camp survivor has asked Iran's Holocaust-denying president to join her at a mass grave where 3,000 victims were shot dead. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi caused outrage…

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Saltwater Lagoon In Spain First Ecosystem To Be Granted ‘Human Rights’ In Europe

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Picture shows the votes in the Senate of Spain for the proposal of law, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022. (@Senadoesp/Newsflash)

The Mar Menor in Spain has become Europe’s first ecosystem with the equivalent of "human rights". This means that the seaside saltwater lagoon found in Murcia, Spain, now enjoys a…

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Corpses Get Fuel Cost Pay Out In Bizarre Government Bonus

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Image shows Austrian Minister of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology Leonore Gewessler, 44, undated footage. (Newsflash)

Red-faced government officials have become a laughing stock after admitting they are paying a EUR 500 climate bonus to 18,000 dead people. The payments - made in Austria this month…

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Man Saved Six From Sinking Boat But Then Got A Cramp And Drowned

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Ivan Willian Coelho, 36, poses in undated photo. (@luciane.alves.12979/Newsflash)

A man has been hailed as a hero after he saved six people when their boat sank in a river but then tragically drowned himself. Ivan Willian Coelho, 36, and…

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Artefact Dating Back Over 1,000 Years Among 50 Handed In To Embassies

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Photo shows one of the artefacts that were recovered by Mexico's embassies and consulates abroad, undated photo. (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico/Newsflash)

These are some of the 50 pre-Hispanic artefacts that have been returned to Mexico after being handed over to the country's embassies around the world – including one piece that…

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Baby Jesus Found Abandoned Under Car

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Picture shows Jesus, in Lomas de Zamora, Argentina, on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022. He was found abandoned under a car in front of a church, with a note. (Anto Sabran/Newsflash)

A baby called Jesus has been found abandoned in a bag under a car with a note asking people to take care of him. The tot was found by a…

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Record Number Of Bee Colonies Despite Virus Deaths

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Picture shows the beekeeper Heinz Hoffmann, 90, undated. He lets himself be stung by bees in Frankfurt, Germany. (Newsflash)

More people than ever have taken up beekeeping in Austria - despite fears of virus deaths and the effects climate change. Statistics provided by the Austrian Ministry for Agriculture, Regional…

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People Produced Beer In German Stonehenge Over 4,000 Years Ago

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Photo shows aerial photo of the current excavation area east of the ring sanctuary of Pommelte, Germany, undated. Evidence of Germany's first brewery have been excavated at the site. (Landesamt fur Denkmalpflege und Archaologie Sachsen-Anhalt, Matthias Zirm/Newsflash)

Archaeologists have discovered an ancient brewery dating back to over 4,000 years ago in the so-called German Stonehenge. The find, believed to be central Germany's first brewery, was excavated at…

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